Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 10, 1976 · Page 15
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Tucson, Arizona
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Tuesday, February 10, 1976
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TUESDAY, F E B R U A R Y l(), i 976 Tubac Historical Society to meet T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N . Tubac Historical Society will meet in the old school- hoUse at Tubac on Thursday at 7:45 p.m. Sybil EILinwood will speak on "Physicians and Scientists of the Southwestern Frontier." Faye Scott, great- g r a n d d a u g h t e r of W i l l i a m Wrightson, for whom Mt. Wrightson was named, will be a guest. New officers of the society ire Nick Bleser, president Wain Hare, vice president; Mrs. Loretla Lewis, treasur- are er; Mrs. Catherine Laddey, secretary and Dr. Elizabeth Brownell, historian. New board members are Mrs. Wanda Halbwachs, Wain Hare, Charles Adkins and Dr. Vernon Forney. ._ T Of all menthols: JMobodyi lower than Carbon. Look at the latest U.S. Government figures for other menthols that call themselves low in tar. Brand KM (Menthol) Brand T (Menthol) 11 Brand V (Menthol) 11 Carlton Menthol-*2 mg. tar, 0.2 mg. nicotine. Carlton 70's (lowest of all brands)*1 mg. tar, 0.1 mg. nicotine. ·Av per cigarette by FTC method. Warning: The Surgeon General Hes Determined That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health. Manthnl: 2 mB."tar".0.2 mg. nicotine sv. per cigareliE, by FTC melhod Carlton Menthol 2mg.-- , newly reduced. Tucson Television KVOA -- NBC KUAT -- PBS KGUN -- ABC KZAZ -- IND. KOLD -- CBS Tuesday Afternoon 12 NOON O MARY HARTMAN O MISTER ROGERS O S 20.000 PYRAMID O 7COCLUB 12:30 P.M. 8 THE DOCTORS YOGA O THE NEIGHBORS CD GUIDING LIGHT 1:00 P.M. O ANOTHER WORLD O GENERAL HOSPITAL © ALL IN THE FAMILY 1:30 P.M. 0 ONE LIFE TO LIVE G PRACTICAL CHRISTIAN LIVING CD MATCH GAME 2:00 P.M. O WOMEN ONLY O MOVIE "Trouble Along the Way." 1953 drama about college football, stars John Wayne. Donna Reed, Sherry Jackson. Charles Coburn and Marie Windsor. Graham Kerr follows with cooking lips. (2 hrs.) CJ FATHER KNOWS BEST CD TATTLETALES 2:30 P.M. O DAYS OF OUR LIVES O ROOM 222 CB IRONSIDE 3:00 P.M. O LASSIE 3:30 P.M. O SPECIAL TREAT "Papa and Me" stars Joseph Mascolo and Malthew Laborleaux. The loving relationship between an elderly man und his yrandson enables the boy to learn to cope with death and understand its place in ttie scheme- of life (1 hr.) G I LOVE LUCY CD DINAH1 4:00 P.M. 8 MISTER ROGERS SGT. BILKO CD THE LITTLE RASCALS 4:30 P.M. B CALL OF THE WEST SESAME STREET BABC NEWS ADDAMS FAMILY 5:00 P.M. O O O NEWS CJ BEWITCHED 5:30 P.M. O NBC NEWS 0 ELECTRIC COMPANY O HOGAN'S HEROES O PARTRIDGE FAMILY CD CBS NEWS Tuesday Evening 6:00 P.M. § CD NEWS CAHRASCOLENDAS STAR TREK GJ BRADY BUNCH 6:30 P.M. O HOLLYWOOD SQUARES O CURRENTS Roger Daldrup, professor of counseling and Guidance, discusses now developments in Iherapy. § LOVE AMERICAN STYLE TO TELL THE TRUTH 7:00 P.M. O MOVIN' ON Sonny and Will rush to IfK: aid of a shotgun-toting widow who lakes on Ihc city lathers ol Mobile and the whole state ol Alabama Collin Witcox guests, (t hr.) O TOPIC OF TUCSON Jack Bonner talks about the recent study done by Ihe commission on improved governmental manaoem^nt O HAPPY DAYS Richie and his pals are anxious to meet girls prellicr than Ihc onos they are dalino. so Fon^io suggests thai Ihey stage a fixed beauly conlost CO NEWS CD GOOD TIMES . When Florida gives a surprise baby shower for a Iriend. it lurns out to be a biggo/ surprise for the (jurists. Repeal. 7:30 P.M. O NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Documentary lakes an objective look al Ihc controversial "varmints' of the onco wild Wesl -- Iho coyoln, me ralllnsnake nnd the mustang -- in "Tho Animals Nobody Loved." (I hr.) O LAVERNE AND SHIRLEY Tho girls go into Ihc brewery company's bowling championship as a personal grudge match against a snooty lour guide. Ruin Silvorla guests. j WOMAN'S PLACfi House plants are discussed by Pall Moroy CBPOPI His sons are afraid that Abraham will lose Lupe unless he pays more alten- lian to her. so they concoct a plol of their own. 8:00 P.M. O POLICE WOMAN Pepper posos as a Las Vegas chorus girl in an effort lo crack a kidnapping case in which a mobster's son is abducted by a rival gang leader. O OLYMPICS Today's events are vnen's ginnt slalom, men's 500 m speed skating, women's figure skating, ice hockey, men's luge and women's 10km. cross counlry. (2 hrs.) MOVIE "Doalh ol a Gunrighter." 1969 western aboul an aging, but tough, marshal, slars Richard Widmark, Lena Home nnd John Saxton. (2 hrs ) © M ' A - S ' H An old romance ol Hawkeye's comos bach lo haunl him when iho ob[ecl oT his aMeclions. a married nurse, is unexpectedly assigned to his unit. Blylho Danner guests. · 8:30 P.M. O CONSUMER SURVIVAL KIT Program designed to de-uiystify Ihe annual lax rilual. {B ONE DAY AT A TIME Ann and daughter Julie tacc a personal crisis. 9:00 P.M. O CITY OF ANGELS Jake smashes his 1933 Studebaker. outwits plotters seeking to silence a homicide suspect and winds up the object of a CDnlract-lo-kill in the second ol a three-parter. Diane Lodd, Meredith Baxter Birncy. Laurence Luckmbill and Dorothy Malone guest (1 hr.) O ADAMS CHRONICLES Part IV ol a series tracing four generations ol Ihe Adams tamily. (t hr.) O SWITCH Joan Blondell plays Ilia head of a family specializing in extortions who tries lo frame Mac to cjel him sent to jail. 10:00 P.M. O O D NEWS JjJ WOMAN ALIVE Ellen Havre's documentary liirn focuses on writer Grace Paley s .ittfust- ment to middle age. GS BURNS AND ALLEN 10:30 P.M. O TONIGHT SHOW Clilton Fadiman nnd Bert Convy are scheduled to uisit (90 mins ) O WOMAN Karen OeCrovj talks about controversies within the women s movement O THE F.B.I. O THE UNTOUCHABLES © MOVIE "The California Kid. 19M TV drama starring Marlin Sherin and Vic Morrow. Young man luros small lown sheriff into n tmib-spiird, Ir.vtcf!nrou5 chase over highway curves -- n duol to Ihe ttealh -- to ovencje his b r o t h - er's death 11:30 P.M. O WIDE WORLD MYSTERY Edd Byrnes stars as an American gnmhler who makes the ultimate br;l -- his life -- in 'Where the Aclion Is. InQlfd Pill and Jamns Berwick costar (00 inms ) O BONANZA - 12 MIDNIGHT O TOMORROW; NEWS TV commercials of I9f!) are examined. 12:30 A.M. {O PERRY MASON 1:00 A.M. O NEWS Wednesday Morning 5:20 A.M. ffl FARM AND RANCH REPORT 5:30 A.M. © SUNRISE SEMESTER "Readino. nnd the Individual,' '5:50 A.M. O flEPORTAJE DE NOTICIAS 6:00 A.M. O TODAY Nowa features 12 hrs ) (B CBS MORNING NEWS 6:30 A.M. O "OT FOR WOMEN ONLY 7:00 A.M. O GOOD M O R N I N G AMERICA Newsmagazine, (2 hrs.) Gj) CAPTAIN KANGAROO Children s program. (I h r ) 8:00 A.M. § DATING GAME PRICE IS PIGHT 8:30 A.M. O LUCY SHOW 9:00 A.M. O WHEEL OF FORTUNE O EDGE OF NIGHT C9 TUCSON TODAY 9:30 A.M. O HOLLYWOOD SQUARES O ANYONE FOR TENNYSON? O HAPPY DAYS © LOVE OF LIFE 10:00 A.M. O MAGNIFICENT MARBLE MACHINE O SESAME STREET O LET'S MAKE A DEAL CB THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS 10:30 A.M. O TAKE MY ADVICE Dolly and Dick Martin; Ginny and Bob Newhart guest. O ALL MY CHILDREN © SEARCH FOR TOMORROW 11:00 A.M. O CELEBRITY SWEEPSTAKES O ELECTRIC COMPANY O RYAN'S HOPE CJ LAW AND MR. JONES CD NEWS 11:30 A.M. O HIGH ROLLERS O VILLA ALEGRE O RHYME AND REASON CD NEWS CD AS THE WORLD TURNS Wednesday Afternoon NOON e MARY HARTMAN MISTER ROGERS O $20,000 PYRAMID 6J 700 CLUB 12:30 P.M. O THE DOCTORS O YOGA O THE NEIGHBORS CD GUIDING LIGHT 1:00 P.M. O ANOTHER WORLD O ALL ABOUT YOU O GENERAL HOSPITAL O ALL IN THE FAMILY 1:15 P.M. O EN FRANCAIS 1:30 P.M. O VEGETABLE SOUP 0 ONE LIFE TO LIVE 01 THE ROCK CQ MATCH GAME 2:00 P.M. g SOMERSET OPEN MATH O MOVIE "Blood Alley, ' I955 adventure starring John Wayne, Lauren Bacall, Paul Fix, Mike Maztirki and Anita Ekberg. Americans and Chinese escape down river lo Hong Konn. pursued by Communists, Grahnm Kcrr follows with cooking tips. (2 hrs.) CJ FATHER KNOWS BEST O TATTLETALES 2:30 P.M. O DAYS OF OUR LIVES O ROOM. 322 © IRONSIDE 3:00 P.M. G) LASSIE 3:30 P.M. O MERV GRIFFIN SHOW O I LOVE LUCY G) DINAH! 4:00 P.M. 8 MISTER ROGERS SGT. BILKO CD THE LITTLE RASCALS 4:30 P.M. SESAME STREET § ABC NEWS ADDAMS FAMILY 5:00 P.M. O O ® NEWS O BEWITCHED 5:30 P.M. 8 NBC NEWS ELECTRIC COMPANY O HOGAN'S HEROES CJ PARTRIDGE FAMILY © CBS NEWS Information in these listings is provided by the television networks and local stations. This newspaper assumes no responsibility for errors causeid by late changes in scheduling. Records in review By CHUCK GRAHAM Cilizt-n Enterlainmenl Wriler Was Benny Goodman as good as the Rolling Stones? Glenn Miller equal to the Beatles? The groups don't really compare, of course, except in the accounting department. All four were highly successful entertainment enterprises that provided loyal reflections of their listeners' interests. RCA currently has one of the better reissue programs going on with the re-release of electronically enhanced Bluebird label material originally recorded in the 1930s. The artists are all famous -- names like Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Artie Shaw, the Smoothies, Sidney Bechet -- and the monophonic sound suitable for today's stereo systems. The Smoothies, "Easy Does It." Bluebird (RCA), AXMZ-7524. The Smoothies do two-guys-and-a-gat harmonies that have occasional chord changes hinting of more modern times to come. These recordings were done in 1939 and early 1MO. The guys were Charlie Ryan and his brother, Little Ryan. The gal on this double set of recordings is mostly Arlene Johnson, with a few songs by Rosalind Stuart. According to the detailed historical data in the album, this trio was a hot act with the likes of Fred Waring, Ray Noble and Hal Kemp. The orchestra arrangements are most reminiscent of those old Felix the Cat cartoons on Saturday mornings, but the album should be a delight for listeners who want to recapture a bit of the more commercial atmosphere that kept people struggling to climb out of the Great Depression. SERVICE 2544 E. Speedway · 795-1GOO band is back-- Sidney Bechet, "Master Musician." 5316. Bluebird (RCA), AXM2- Practically every jazz history written lists Sidnoy Bechet as the greatest soprano sax player of all time. That archival note used to always draw a smile, mainly because it was difficult to understand why a serious musician would want to play a soprano sax in the first place. But one listen to this album and it becomes obvious that Bechet knew exactly what he was after. In his hands, the soprano sax becomes a gutty clarinet. Even hearing him in retrospect, the interpretations still sound unique. Bechet also plays a lot of clarinet here. On both instruments he is usually accompanied by the standard instrumentation of trumpet, trombone and rhythm section. His associates read like an all-star directory, including names such as Baby Dodds, Sidney DeParis, Earl Mines, Mezz Mezzrow, Tommy Ladnier, Kenny Clarke, Rex Stuart and Red Allen. Their sound is more modern than traditional New Orleans style jazz, less modem than the swing bands of the same period. The liner notes say Bechet was always trying to get a good New Orleans-style band together and always complaining that there weren't any good musicians around anymore. Maybe the ones he got weren't exactly playing New Orleans music of the traditional school, but they were some of the best musicians in the business. And their work as reflected in this two-record collection is always rewarding listening, for both fun and profit. "The Complete Glenn Milier, Vol. II, 1939." Bluebird (RCA) AXM2-5514. "The Complete Benny Goodman, Vol. Ill, 1936." Bluebird (RCA), AXM2-5532. "The Complete Artie Shaw, Vol. I, 193S-I939." Bluebird (RCA), AXM2-5517. The two-record Glenn Miller odyssey lias 32 songs, with "In The Mood" the only one from Miller's traditional favorites list. The relatively unknown quality of the rest gives one a chance to hear the orchestra without the usual sugar coating of nostalgia. The famous Miller sound is displayed in a variety of nuances that allow one to appreciate the overwhelming precision and technical expertise of the orchestra. Benny Goodman's big band approach had reached a more mature level in 1936 than Miller had in 1939. This collection includes a lot of instrumentally intricate work and yet another chance to judge for yourself if Goodman's playing was as mechanical as his contemporary critics claimed. Most of the Goodman good guys are here: Gene Krupa, Lionel Hampton, Teddy Wilson, Ziggy Elman, even one song' by Ella Fitzgerald. The result is a two-record set that includes a number of Goodman classics of the "Bugle Call Rag" and "Moonglow" era. The sound that seem.s to have weathered time the best, however, is the Artie Shaw band. Recorded in 1938 and' 1939, including some numbers with Buddy Rich and one with Billie Holiday, the arrangements possess much of what has been emphasized by big bands ever since. There aren't many soloists except Shaw, but the section work is very contemporary and the arrangements unencumbered by a lot of stagey gimmicks. Clarinet buffs will also find the band leader's lyrical style an interesting contrast with Goodman's technique. (Radio Tucson Network Stations KCEE (790) -- (NBC) Popular, standard and classical music. 24 hours. KHOS (940) -- (ABC Entertainment) -- Modern country music. 24 hours. KHYT (1330) -- (Mutual) Contemporary music. Sunrise to sunset daily. illKX (580) -- (ABC Contemporary). Progressive Rock music. 24 hours. KOPO (1450) -- (CBS) Adult and pop music. Tuesday through Sunday, 24 hours; Monday, 5 a.m. lo 12 midnight. KTKT (990) -- (UPI) Top 40 Music. 24 hours. KTUC (!400) -- (ABC Information) News and information programs. Tucson Daily Citizen News, 10 times daily. 20 hours. KUAT (1550) -- (NPR) Educational, cultural and public affairs programs; jazz and classical music. Sunrise to sunset. KUAT-FM (90.5) -- (NPR)'Classical music, news and public affairs. 6 a.m. to midnight. KWFM-FM (92.9) -- (ABC-FM) Multiplex stereo. Adult contemporary music, special features. 24 hours. Tucson Independent Stations KAIR-FM (95) --Stereo beautiful music, 24 hours. KAIR (1490) -- Contemporary good music. 24 hours. KCEE-FM (96.1) -- Multiplex stereo. Adult music. 24 hours. KCUB (1290) -- Modem country music. 24 hours. KEVT (690) -- Spanish language, Latin music. Sunrise to sunset. KFIYIM-FM (99.5) -- Religious programs. 6 a.rn.-l a.m. daily. KXEW-FM (93.7) -- Stereo Spanish language program. KXEW (1600) a Spanish language, Latin music 6 a.m. lo sunset. 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